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Best books for expecting dads

Evolving a father is one of the most thrilling and challenging adventures a guy can go through. The transition from an expectant father to a new father is fraught with uncertainty, concerns, and a need for support and guidance. Fortunately, many great books may assist dads-to-be in getting ready for and guiding the ups and downs of parenthood. The top 20 books for pregnant dads are mentioned below, and they cover a wide range of subjects, from prenatal care to the difficulties and rewards of parenting a new child.

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Parenting 101
Parenting 101
10th February 2023 in family & parenting
Best books for expecting dads
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  • The Expectant Father

  • The Pregnancy Guide For Men

  • The Expectant Father Survival Handbook

  • Baby Tips For A New Dad

  • We're Pregnant! the First-Time Dad's Pregnancy Handbook

  • Pregnancy Guide for Men

  • What to Expect When You're Expecting

  • The Baby Owner's Manual

  • The New Dad's Survival Guide

  • Dude, You're Gonna Be a Dad!

  • Caring for Your Baby and Young Child, 7th Edition

  • A Dude's Guide to Baby Size

  • The New Dad's Playbook

  • Expectant Dad's Survival Guide

  • From Dude to Dad

  • You Will Rock As a Dad!

  • What to Expect the First Year

  • You're Going To Be A Dad!

  • The Simplest Baby Book in the World

  • Dude, You're Gonna Be a Dad!

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